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Buckingham Terrace, North West, Glasgow, G12 8ED – Show map
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Free! WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not possible).
Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
16:00 - 21:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 10 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
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The Georgian House accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
Based on 241 reviews
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In a quiet area of Glasgow's West End, Clifton Hotel is a Victorian town house with free Wi-Fi. Great Western Road is nearby.
Score from 203 reviews Good
Sloppy housekeeping and generally you felt uncomfortable with the place. It appeared that one person did everything, and seemed inexperienced in the hospitality business. It has been apparently under new management the last 6 months. Would not go back or recommend the place.
The place is horrible. It is the most horrible place I have ever been too. It is dirty. The service is unbelivable. The reception is only open for a few hours and the made you feel you owe them something. No towels.
Cheap an handy to the University.
No servicing of the room, no bed made, no fresh towels daily, mugs weren't washed or replaced in 3 days. Was told breakfast was off at 9am when the signage said 9:30.
Staff were very friendly
no soap in the rooms. ground floor was noisy at night
Brian helped us in ways that went beyond his duties. Really appreciate his help!
the location was good for the Subway, restaurants and parks. We also needed advice about transport for the Sunday and they were very helpful.
The bedroom needed decorating and there was some noise from the main road next to the hotel, the headboard on the bed was broken.
I had a restful stay. I was very tired and worried about noise but I never as there were extra shutters on the windows.
Pillows need to be freshened, they had a smell- pillow cases were clean though.
It's basic, clean and simple, great location and very friendly staff
view of Botanic Gardens Waitrose 1 min walk plenty of hot water and heating when needed room attended + clean towels and bed linen every day airy, spacious and light free car park comfortable mattress friendly staff
internet access password not working pothole in car park shower hose leaky no plug for bath fridge moldy found defrosted moldy ice-cream in freezer
I was appalled to be charged £200 per night - I know it was down to the fact that the Commonwealth Games were taking place but as parents whose only reason for being in Glasgow was to watch our son compete, £800 for 4 nights with continental breakfast is ridiculous but I know all hotels upped their prices 4 times as I spoke to other parents
The cost for the non facilities.
Insufficient parking on site or elsewhere. Loose gravel around sloping car park causing both of us to fall in separate incidents. Poor attitude of Mark to address this risk.
Location was great.
No-one to check us in despite calling in advance as requested with arrival time. WiFi did not work. Breakfast was sparse, no cutlery or crockery! Had to wash our own up. Bed was rickety with stains on mattress. Tiles coming off the wall in the shower.
Rooms were clean enough, and yes, there was tea and coffee and reasonably comfy beds. That was pretty much it though.
When we arrived, other guests were on the doorstep calling a mobile number left stuck to the door to be let in, and had been there for twenty minutes. nobody answered or came. The other guest had been asked when he'd arrive - I hadn't even had that (not that it appeared to matter). After a further ten minutes, we all had to go and amuse ourselves (with luggage in tow) for an hour before 'reception' opened. I was greeted rather tersely, but had neither the energy or the inclination to react. Breakfast was laid out the night before, so didn't feel particularly fresh; there was a bath towel, but no hand towel or bath mat; I had to give my parents my spare toilet roll as they only had half a one upon arrival; oh, and nobody serviced the room during our stay. I'd have complained, but having witnessed a shouting row between the staff, I decided it was probably pointless. Worst hotel I've stayed at.
Staff, Sarah and Brian, were very friendly and helpful.
Not enough staff to run the hotel efficiently. The quality of the facilities did not justify the price, even during the Commonwealth Games. Breakfast was very basic - a continental breakfast with no croissants! (in fairness with only one member of staff on duty its understandable!) Book in time of 4 pm - again 1 member of staff to look after the 11 rooms (and a second property!!!) they can't be every where at once.
Staff, the room wasn't tidied, the bed wasn't made up, no change of towels
Flexible, kind and helpful staff. Great location for everything in the West End and for subway into town. Very affordable too.
Great central location which although it's right across the street from Oran Mor is very quiet. The female staff member was absolutely lovely, room was very clean and comfortable. Highly recommend.
Very friendly staff, great value for money, very personal, thoughtful service. Great breakfast. Great location.
Could be a bit cleaner but nothing extreme or off putting.
It was near to the Subway
The room was dated and the carpet was dirty. On the 2nd day i can back to a unmade bed and the room was not serviced. The Breakfast was continental only
We stayed in the mews cottage. Excellent for comfort and facilities.
excellent value for money, perfect location for university, and the rooms had character. No cooked breakfast, but I never eat one anyway, and there was plenty on offer.
Close to Botanic Gardens and Byres Road, including Subway to Glasgow city centre.
Bathroom had no soap.
The guest house is close to the road in which my daughter lives.
1. When I arrived as requested after 16.00, I was seen as a burden not a welcome guest. 2. Returning at 22.00 we found that there was no toilet paper (or soap) in our toilet. Calls to the proprietor after 21.00 were discouraged. 3. A fire door was wedged opened. 4. Breakfast was both poor and badly organised. We were provided with a cafetiere to make our own coffee. It spilled coffee over the table when the coffee was poured. Cold pancakes were provided but no forks. Three jars of jam/marmalade were shared amongst c. nine tables, with no little dishes to which a portion of jam could be transferred. There was no highchair for my grand daughter and her parents, who were also staying in the Georgian House. The poorest guest house breakfast that I have had for many years.
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